Confusing Bad ExperienceI tried Face-book and rlly enjoyed it for several months. My church is rlly active on Fb, and Chapman University, where many my friends go, is, too. Every-time I went on FB and couldn't help it but to send friend's requests to ppl who I had things in common with. Some I knew well, others were a "friends of friends" type deal. I guess ppl didn't appreciate that and started complaining to site administration. After, a while I received notices on screen, apparently telling me to slow down my requests. These warnings were never very direct, tho. The site administration wasn't helpful. In the requests regard, I do something very similar every time I'm on ep. Why else would people join social networking sites in the first place????? My Fb account was suspended for a week, because of my adding friends activity. That's what I was told when I contacted FB administration, anyway. Still not sure that makes much sense. I got my account back, and continued having fun. Then a few after the suspension, the same issue came up again. How I can be careful with something I know nothing about???? Eventually, my account was sadly, suspended for good. Luckily, my close friends locally from FB, I've added on Yahoo and we will hopefully chat there.
Shortly, FB made me give up using it, I really luckily, and quite randomly came across ep. I was impressed at the variety of the experiences groups, stories, etc. It was a sad end to my FB use. I think things have worked out well, tho!! I love ep, and I don't have time to use both. Does anyone know if EP has a friends limit like FB does??? Even when I got kickoff from FB, the administration wasn't very forthcoming in their reasoning.
Has anyone ever experienced anything like this on fb? I would appreciate comments/ suggestions you( general) might have.
haloguy07 22-25, M 16 Responses 4 Nov 16, 2010